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Psychology

Degree

Master of Science

More information

Program website

Language of instruction

German

Deadlines

Overview of dates and deadlines

 

The degree program

The master's degree program in psychology aims to deepen and expand the basic psychological skills and knowledge acquired in the bachelor's degree program. Students acquire the ability to work independently using scientific methods and are prepared to work as a psychologist outside of clinical psychology. The focus of the master's program is set on psychology in the context of health, development and social change. By choosing the basic majors as well as the supplementary subject, students can also develop individual specializations. This allows students to gain insights into other master's degree courses as well as giving the option to focus on psychological research through a pre-doctoral program.

Curriculum content includes:

1. Advanced research methodological skills

  • Advanced knowledge of statistical procedures (especially multivariate procedures), knowledge of methods of evaluation and computer-assisted data collection, modeling, and analysis
  • Advanced knowledge of psychological diagnostics
  • Implementation of own empirical-scientific projects
  • Writing of a scientific text according to professional standards

2. Advanced fundamental psychological skills

3. Advanced competences in applied psychology

  • Psychology in the context of health, development and social change
  • Possibility of specialization in business psychology
  • Pre-doctoral program in psychological research

 

Important information

An optional aptitude test is used as an additional criterion for the admission to the program. However, this test will not take place before the winter semester 2024/25 and will not be taken into account for applications for this semester. Detailed information on the application process and the selection criteria can be found "here".

 

Professional perspectives

The master's program opens up many career opportunities. Currently, master's graduates have very good opportunities on the job market. They can work in various, constantly growing professional fields:

  • Teaching and research
  • Industrial, organizational and business psychology (e.g. in personnel development)
  • Educational psychology (e.g. as a school psychologist)
  • Market research, advertising agencies, opinion research institutes, media psychologists
  • Health psychologist, traffic psychologist, sports psychologist, expert for forensic psychology

 
Study organization

Examination regulations/program schedules/module handbooks/internship regulations

Subject examination regulations (FPOs) define the basic structures of a study program (e.g. admission requirements and contents to be studied). For students, the current version of an FPO automatically applies when they enroll in the first subject-related semester. This means that even if the FPO is changed during the course of studies, the original version according to which one enrolled is still valid (provided that this FPO does not expire). The respective study plan represents the recommended exemplary course of studies in the individual subjects and is part of an FPO. Supplementary regulations and detailed information for each module to be studied can be found in the module handbooks (e.g. requirements for taking a written examination or information on the content of the modules/courses, ...). The internship regulations define the conditions under which the mandatory or optional internships must be completed.
Before the start of the lecture period, we recommend that you at least take a look at the study plan for your degree program so that you know which modules are scheduled for the start of your studies.

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0271 740-2712
Mo - Do: 9 - 16 Uhr
Fr: 9 - 12 Uhr

Mail:
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International Students
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